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Daytime voiding and drinking has no effect on bedwetting

Traditionally, when a parent brought up bedwetting to their health care provider, they were given bladder training advice as first line therapy. This advice focused on regular voiding, sound voiding posture and sufficient fluid intake during the day. It was … Continue reading

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Bedwetting Alarm Not Working: 4 Common Mistakes

Mistake 1: Expecting child to do everything themselves. Many children sleep through the loud sound or can’t process what they need to do when they wake to the alarm. This is normal in the beginning. Fix: It takes a few … Continue reading

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Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (NAPNAP) meeting

Getting the word out about an effective solution for bedwetting is my personal goal! At the 2015 National NAPNAP meeting, I got to visit with hundreds of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners who see children in their primary care setting. Many wanted … Continue reading

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